Huawei G628 Spotted with 64-bit MediaTek Processor [REPORT]

By Vigneshwar
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When smartphones are the concern, Huawei has always been the perennially underdog in the Indian market. According to the recent report, Huawei is said to be working on the 64-bit MediaTek processor as the upcoming smartphone is spotted in China. With this processor, G628 will be the first smartphone to have 64-bit processor namely MT6752.

Huawei G628 Spotted with 64-bit MediaTek Processor [REPORT]

Huawei G628 - Expected Specifications

The G628 will come with 5-inch 720p touchscreen and powered by 1.5 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU with 64-bit MT6752 SoC processor besides 1GB RAM. Further, it is said to employ 8MP rear camera with LED flash, 2MP front snapper and 8GB of in-built memory.

This dual SIM phone comes with Android 4.4 KitKat on top of Huawei's Emotion UI 2.3 with some extra features such as child mode and ultra power saving mode.

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If the rumors turn out to be true, it will be priced at around CNY 1,000 (approx Rs. 10,001). However, initially with the report details, G628 will be released in China, which will support TD-LTE and TD-SCDMA networks. Later this smartphone will be rolled-out as Ascend G628. While the information is not authenticated, we advise you to take with a grain of salt.

As there is no official information about the pricing and releasing, we are expecting more details in the upcoming days.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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